Donald R. McClarey

Bishop Sheen Back to Illinois

    About time:   – In a major court victory for the diocese of Peoria, Illinois, a New York appellate court voted unanimously to send the remains of Ven. Abp. Fulton J. Sheen back to his midwestern hometown. In

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Foxfier

Hitler’s Pope

Repost because it’s in the news again– hey, the Pope said something I agree with! Francis indicated the church was confident the papacy would withstand the findings by historians’ studying the archives, saying Pius was “criticized, one can say, with

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Donald R. McClarey

Hatred of Jews on the Left

Mark Steyn notes that the Left is becoming ever more accommodating to the ever growing number of Jew haters in their ranks:   Whereas Corbyn’s Labour Party is very much Europe’s future: the alliance between the secular left and Islam.

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Donald R. McClarey

March 6, 1836: Victory in Death

      Thermopylae had her messenger of defeat-the Alamo had none. Thomas Jefferson Green   One hundred and eighty-three years ago the Alamo fell.  The defenders had achieved victory in death, giving thirteen precious days in which Texan independence

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Donald R. McClarey

Saint of the Day Quote: Saint Collette

Blessed be the hour in which our Lord Jesus Christ, God and Man was born. Blessed be the Holy Spirit by whom he was conceived. Blessed be the glorious Virgin Mary of whom the Incarnate Word was born. Saint Collette

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Donald R. McClarey

Larry and Ash Wednesday

(I will be reposting this each Ash Wednesday.) My late son Larry always seemed to enjoy Ash Wednesday.  Six years ago in 2013 I went up with him to receive ashes.  He heard the traditional admonition:  “Remember man thou art dust,

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Donald R. McClarey

PopeWatch: Cardinal Pell

Excerpts from the police interview of Cardinal Pell.  It astonishes me that charges were brought, that a Judge allowed this to go to trial and that a Jury convicted.  One of the accusers recanted before his death.  The idea that

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